Several years ago, before my practice hit stride, a young (late 20-something, at the time) woman told me “I don’t believe in what you do.” She was referring to elective facial plastic surgery.
Now, I didn’t argue with her, partly because I don’t like to argue but also because I know everyone is entitled to his/her own opinion. And maybe I too, at the time, was myself unsure.
But thousands of facelifts later, after seeing patients more confident at their son/daughter’s weddings, more confident in the workplace (and even getting more clients, raises, promotions, starting new ventures), more confident in relationships or on the dating scene, or even just less worried their grandkids will grab at their “turkey gobblers,” I can say with certainty that there is benefit and good to what I do.
Moral of the story: Realize that your beliefs may change over time. Stay open to new ideas.
And have a facelift with me if you need one 😉
Spread the ‘Love.